Play Based Learning2020-08-21T13:00:31-07:00

ISSUE #18 • SEPTEMBER 2018

PLAY BASED LEARNING

Play-based learning is often reserved for our youngest students. However, there are benefits for using play-based learning at all levels. In this issue, we’ll show you some practical ideas for boosting creativity in any classroom.

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